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KICU
Apr 24, 2013 4:00am PDT
american empire. and, apple finally plans to turn over a bundle of its cash to shareholders. first business starts now! you're watching first business: financial news, analysis, and today's investment ideas. good morning. it's wednesday, april 24th. i'm angela miles. in today's first look: apple's relief rally. shares of apple raced above $400 after the close. the tech company topped earnings and revenue numbers. its sales forecast was weak, but apple will return $100 billion to shareholders. it's said to be the largest dividend play in the world. federal investigators look into a hack attack of the associated press' twitter account. a fake tweet of an explosion at the white house that injured the president set off a mini flash- crash in the market. the dow dropped 145 points in a matter of seconds. the dow bounced back to rally 152 points on the all-clear. gold is down 7 dollars, oil up 18 cents. and an outtage on the charles schwab website had day traders and others complaining on twitter. the company immediately acknowleged the trouble. today could get a little crazy for traders
KICU
Apr 22, 2013 4:00am PDT
when it comes to apple, which is now trading below $400. our favorite apple trader joins us now for chart talk. of course, it's andrew keene, president of keeneonthemarket.com. good morning to you. where is the floor on apple stock? - i'm calling it right now on worldwide tv, $360. i don't see apple breaching this. you have got to take into consideration that they still have that $137 billion in cash. they are going to pick up probably another $13 billion this year, up to $150. if they do anything with their cash at any point in time - buying netflix, stock purchase plan, or a huge dividend, the stock cost $50 in a heartbeat. but, if you look at the daily chart, i talked about it in my trading room, $419, it looked like it wasn't going to go lower - it broke it in a heartbeat. then it broke $400. on friday, the futures were up 5.5 points, apple was down $5.50 on the opening. every $1.10 apple moves is $1 billion in market cap. - traditionally apple rallies ahead of earnings. earnings are coming up on tuesday. what do you think? will we get a rally here? - i don't think we will get a
KICU
Apr 18, 2013 4:00am PDT
falling out of "flavor" with consumers. and investors slice off large chunks of apple, leaving the stock trading barely above $400. first business starts now. you're watching first business: financial news, analysis, and today's investment ideas. good morning. it's thursday, april 18th. i'm angela miles. in today's first look: stocks run into tumble trouble. unable to attract a steady stream of investors following dissapointing earnings from bank of america and concerns about apple, the major indicies all fell wednesday, with the dow cooling off 138 points. gold pushed back $14 and oil dropped $1.99 on concerns about soft demand. ebay and american express fell in the after-hours session on mixed earnings results. among the highlights, ebay's forecast was lighter than expected and american express revenue fell short. and according to the beige book, the fed sees moderate growth in the economy led by sales of homes and cars. todd horwitz of averagejoeoptions.com joins us on this thursday morning for a good look at the market. good morning to you. - good morning angie. - fears are rising ou
KICU
Apr 19, 2013 4:00am PDT
, can samsung's latest smartphone steal apple's thunder? plus, the shocking profits behind blogging from home. the true story of a dot-com mom. and, hot times in traders unplugged. the guys break down how to make money off tv and beer. first business starts now! you're watching first business: financial news, analysis, and today's investment ideas. good morning. it's friday, april 19th. i'm angela miles. in today's first look: earnings hits and misses move the market. stocks sold off on the busiest day so far of corporate profit news. the dow fell 81 points. ebay was a drag on the nasdaq, which dropped 38; the s&p declined 10. gold and oil rallied. thursday was a big night for tech earnings. ibm was a shocker - big blue had a miss. the company noted weakness in tech spending. google topped estimates - its core advertising showed growth. microsoft also did better than expected; however, window 8 sales may be moderate. also, the cfo is leaving the company. here's a good one: vertex pharma shares raced up more than 50% after the bell. the company revealed positive data on its cystic fi
KICU
Apr 23, 2013 4:00am PDT
. and, apple earnings out today. why traders and investors are bracing for the worst. plus, why facebook could soon forever change the lives of people living in a town in iowa. first business starts now. you're watching first business: financial news, analysis, and today's investment ideas. good morning. it's tuesday, april 23rd. i'm angela miles. in today's first look: the apple of the market's eye: the tech giant reports earnings after the close. the stock rallied monday along with the broader market. gold cruised $30 higher in the session, while oil had a smooth ride up 80 cents. netflix reels in viewers & investors: the online film company posted better-than- expected earnings, added more than 2 million subscribers, and shares traded up to $207 following the news after the close. netflix stock is up 88% since january 1st. and more information is likely to emerge today after canadian police say they arrested two men monday for allegedly attempting to derail a passenger train traveling between new york and canada. tony harris of performance trust investment advisors joins us now with a
KICU
Apr 16, 2013 4:00am PDT
, which is really turning into a tech bellwether, apple next week... this is just- we are really into the meat of earnings season, and this is where we are going to see whether, really, is earnings season going to be all right, or is it going to be as poor as the last one? - good to have you on the show. that is mark sebastian of option pit mentoring. precious metals are in a free- fall. gold has fallen the farthest, but there's been a panic of sorts involving other commodities, too. our cover story explains it's the result of a combination of forecasts. gold futures dropped faster and farther than anytime since the 1980s, closing at $1361.70 monday - a more than $200-an- ounce drop since friday. what caused it? some say 'a perfect storm' of pessimistic predictions. "if i was holding gold, i'd get out and get back in later. i don't want to stand in front of a freight train." "the free-fall will feed upon itself for the next few days." the predictions came in a cluster last week. the federal reserve hinted that it might discontinue quantitative easing - qe-3 - this year, a policy that'
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